Probate And Estate Administration
Probate processes apply Florida estate management laws to any estate, but most commonly become an issue for estates with unwilled assets. The entire process involves many different steps, from resolving outstanding debts with banks and other creditors to locating heirs and finally administering the estate to those heirs in compliance with the law and the decedent’s will. At The Coleman Law Firm, PLLC, we guide estate executors through complex probate laws and simplify the process so that all parties involved can feel assured that the estate management is handled as clearly and efficiently as possible.
Wills Must Go Through Probate
Probate administration, or estate settlement, is fraught with complexity. Compliance with the Florida probate laws, rules and procedures is required. Choosing the right attorney can make all the difference. At The Coleman Law Firm, PLLC, we have more than 30 years of experience in the Florida probate courts dealing with every facet of administering an estate in Florida, including:
- Summary probate administration
- Formal administration
- Probate litigation
- Will contests
Whether your need for a probate attorney is for a summary administration that can be resolved in a few weeks, a formal administration for a taxable estate that might take months, a claim by a creditor against an estate, the filing of a will contest, or the removal of an executor or personal representative, our Florida probate lawyers can help you avoid unnecessary delays or costs, and help you resolve your probate matter with efficiency of both time and expense. You can call us toll-free at (866) 510-9099 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.